Robotic-assisted liver surgery: lessons learnt and tips for the learning curve

13th June 2022, 19:00 to 20:00 BST


This webinar will explore the state of the art of robotic-assisted liver surgery. The session will explore areas of best practice, lessons learnt from extensive experience and the future of robotic-assisted liver surgery. There will also be a focus on training for robotic-assisted liver surgery, and tips for surgeons who are on the early phase of their learning curve.


  • To showcase and discuss aspects of robotic-assisted liver surgery
  • To explore areas of best practice in robotic-assisted liver surgery
  • To share tips on developing robotic-assisted liver surgery for surgeons on their learning curve.

Learning Objectives

By the end of the webinar, participants will have a better understanding of:

  • Areas of best practice within robotic-assisted liver surgery.
  • How they should embark on training during their learning curve for robotic-assisted liver surgery.

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Our panellists include:

  • Mr Siong S Liau (Chair) - Chair of RCSEd General Surgery SSB.
  • Mr Raaj Praseedom (Co-Chair) - Consultant HPB-Transplant Surgeon.
  • Professor Dr S. Sudhindran
  • Mr Leo Brown - Clinical Research Fellow & PhD Candidate, NHS Forth Valley & University of Edinburgh.


1 Hour

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